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What's the most commonly spoken language in every state (besides English and Spanish.)? You'll be surprised.

Dane Carlson
Dane Carlson
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Assorted Links Sunday
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U.S. food supply is under pressure, from plants to store shelves: Weeks of workers calling in sick add to continuing supply and transportation disruptions, making store shelves harder to fill.

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In hot job market, salaries start to swell for white-collar workers: Professionals toward end of 2021 see compensation jump at fastest rate in nearly 20 years, with law and finance reaping significant gains.

The Fed has a huge problem:

Main Street does not believe the Fed's or Wall Street's view of inflation. People and businesses act as if elevated inflation will be around for a while, whereas the Fed and Wall Street expect inflation pressures to subside soon. The implication is that real interest rates look much lower on Main Street than on Wall Street.

The most commonly spoken language in every US state (besides English and Spanish):


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Founder/Host of Econ Dev Show. By day: Director of Economic Development for Galveston County, Texas.